- Topic: Around The Coachella Valley
Move and Groove at a Live show at Rancho Mirage Community Park
Rancho Mirage Community Park is a clean, well-maintained park complete with grassy areas and playgrounds are just some of the highlights of Rancho Mirage Community Park. However, the main draw is their amphitheater performances, including live music shows, movies, & plays! Due to recent restrictions with Covid-19 its always a good idea to check their event page for more information.
Unwind at Sunnylands Center & Gardens
This memorable mid-century modern estate was originally a winter home to Ambassadors Walter and Leonore Annenberg that has been turned into a museum. The estate home and gardens are surrounded by 9 acres of arid-resistant plants and trees, plus free public programs, guided garden walks, exhibitions, sculptures from the 20th-century collection, as well as films or multimedia kiosks to take breaks from it all.
Explore the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert
The Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert is an excellent place to spend a day with your kids. This museum has exhibits that let you and your children explore, imagine, create – like painting on real Volkswagens or weaving loom bracelets! Your kids can also test their creativity in fun ways by decorating cupcakes at “Bakery” or visiting Grandma’s Attic for costumes and play food. Don’t forget about outdoor activities either; they have plenty of those too: rock climbing walls (for older visitors), gravity ball falls (under supervision) and more.
Gaze up at the heavens at Rancho Mirage Observatory.
Not only is the Rancho Mirage Observatory a place for everyone to enjoy, but it also helps us explore the stars and planets in outer space. Located within Greater Palm Springs, this research-level facility has five telescopes used differently depending on the circumstances. The main telescope see more than 50 million light-years away, giving you an astonishing view of our solar system and beyond!
Stroll with Lady Luck to
Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa is an excellent four-diamond accommodation while staying in Rancho Mirage, CA. Test your luck on the casino floor for a few quick games before taking some time to relax in pools and cabanas, or treat yourself to a steak dinner at this luxurious resort.
Treat Yourself to the Brandini Toffee Factory
When you are in the Palm Springs Area, your trip isn’t over until you have visited Brandini Toffee Factory. You can witness toffee-making art and get a handcrafted milkshake or take a tour of their factory, where they make delicious toffee popcorn as well! This is an experience for those who love toffee and sweets connoisseurs of all ages.
Appreciate life at Bloch Cancer Survivors Park
The Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Survivors Park provides an interesting contrast in a city known for its entertainment and “Sinatra” attitude. The park located on Frank Sinatra Drive is an oasis of thoughtfulness surrounded by ponds with a hillside waterfall that will leave you feeling reflective as well as inspiring those currently fighting cancer to keep going.
Educate Yourself at Tolerance Education Center
At Tolerance Education Center, you have the chance to witness and participate in something different in your travels. The kid-friendly museum has missions that promote tolerance, civility, respect, understanding by eliminating atrocities like hatred or bigotry. This museum is great if you want to spend an educational family’s day out while learning about the culture and history.
Soak up the Scenery at the Blixseth Mountain Park.
Blixseth Mountain Park is a great place to enjoy nature’s serenity and natural beauty while visiting Rancho Mirage. The park features stunning desert landscaping, benches for watching the scenery, trails with beautiful views in every direction as far as the eye can see. This location is one of the great spots where it’s easy to find solitude and escape from the hustle and bustle of life.
Relax and Unwind at Wolfson Park
Michael S. Wolfson Park, located near DuVall and Frank Sinatra Drive is a beautiful place to spend an afternoon. You can go for a nice walk with your loved ones, or you could take some time off and wander the park by yourself as you enjoy its features: splendid fountain, benches, fragrance garden plantings of lavender and jasmine found along long paths adjoining low walls infused with fragrant oils from orange blossoms in bloom during springtime-perfect!